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Manual H100 Extension IO Module

H100 Extension IO Module User Manual

Safety Information
Carefully read and follow all safety instructions in this manual to avoid unsafe operating
conditions, property damage, personal injury, or death. Please keep this manual for future
reference.
Safety symbols in this manual

Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in severe
injury or death.

 

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in injury or
death.

 

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor injury
or property damage.

Safety information

ESD (Electrostatic discharge) from the human body may damage sensitive electronic
components on the PCB. Therefore, be extremely careful not to touch the PCB or the
components on the PCB with bare hands while you work on the I/O PCB.
Turn off the power to the inverter before making wiring connections. Otherwise,
malfunctions including faulty network communication may occur.
When installing the option board, ensure that the option board is properly connected to
the connector on the inverter. Faulty connections may damage the inverter or the option
board.
Check the parameter units before settings the function codes. Wrong units may lead to
faulty network communication.

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Table of Contents
1 About the Product...................................................................................................................4
2 Product Specification Details .................................................................................................4
3 Items Included .........................................................................................................................5
4 Product Name ..........................................................................................................................5
5 Overview and Installation.......................................................................................................6
5.1 Overview....................................................................................................................................................................6
5.2 Installing the H100 extension IO Module.....................................................................................................7
5.3 Signal (Control) Cable Specifications..............................................................................................................9
5.4 Installation Considerations.................................................................................................................................9
5.5 LED Status and Switch Settings ..................................................................................................................... 10
5.5.1 LED Status.................................................................................................................................................... 10
5.5.2 Switch Symbols and Descriptions....................................................................................................... 11
5.6 Terminal Block Wiring Diagram..................................................................................................................... 12
5.7 Control Terminal Block Wiring Diagram .................................................................................................... 12
5.7.1 NPN (Sink mode)...................................................................................................................................... 13
5.7.2 PNP (Source Mode) ................................................................................................................................. 13
6 Learning to Perform Basic Operations................................................................................15
6.1 Basic Features for H100 extension I/O........................................................................................................ 15
6.2 Setting Frequency Reference.......................................................................................................................... 16
6.2.1 Setting a Frequency Reference using Input Voltage (V3).......................................................... 16
6.2.2 Setting a Reference Frequency using Input Current (I3)............................................................ 20
6.3 Analog Output..................................................................................................................................................... 22

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6.3.1 Voltage and Current Analog Output .................................................................................................22
6.4 Digital Output.......................................................................................................................................................24
6.4.1 Multifunction Output Terminal and Relay Settings......................................................................24
6.4.2 Fault Trip Output using Multifunction Output Terminal and Relay .......................................31
6.4.3 Multifunction Output Terminal Delay Time Settings...................................................................32
6.5 Setting Multistep Frequency...........................................................................................................................34
6.6 Multistep Acc/Dec Time Configuration.......................................................................................................35
6.7 Stopping the Acc/Dec Operation..................................................................................................................37
6.8 Multifunction Input Terminal Control..........................................................................................................37
7 Keypad Parameters for the Extension I/O Module ...........................................................39
8 Product Warranty..................................................................................................................56

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1 About the Product
The H100 extension IO module is used to extend the digital and analog input/output function
terminals for the LSLV-H100 series inverters.
2 Product Specification Details
Refer to the following table for detailed product specifications.

Items Termina
l
Description Switch
Digital
Input
PNP P8 2 Channels available
Multifunction input
Operate switch (SW1) to select PNP/NPN mode.
[Switch 1]
PNP/ NPN
selection
NPN P9
Digital Output
(Relay)
A6 3 Channels available, Form A contact
Multifunction relay output contact
(AC 250 V< 5 A, DC 30 V< 5 A).
C6
A7
C7
A8
C8
Analog
Input
Voltage V3 1 Channel available
Operate switch (SW2) to select voltage or
current.
Voltage
Unipolar: 0–10 V (Max. 12 V) input
Sets the frequency based on the voltage
supplied to the terminal.
Current
Input current: 4-20 mA (Max. 0~24 mA)
Sets the frequency based on the current
supplied to the terminal.
[Switch 2]
Voltage
(V3)/
Current (I3)
Selection
Current
Analog
Output
Voltage AO3 1 Channel available
Select output frequency, output current, output
voltage, or DC voltage.
Operate switch (SW3) to select voltage or
[Switch 3]
Voltage
(VO3)/

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Items Termina
l
Description Switch
Current current
Output voltage: 0–10 V
Maximum output voltage/current: 12 V/10 mA
Output current: 0–20 mA
Maximum output current: 24 mA
Current
(IO3)
selection
CM Terminal CM 2 Channels available
Common ground terminal for analog
inputs/outputs
Compatible Inverter
series
H100 series inverters

3 Items Included
1 x H100 extension IO PCB module
1 x H100 extension IO module user manual
2 x screws
Plastic components
4 Product Name
EIOE-H100
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5 Overview and Installation
5.1 Overview
Refer to the following illustration for the H100 extension IO module layout.
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5.2 Installing the H100 extension IO Module
Follow the instructions below to properly install the H100 extension IO module.
1. Turn off the inverter and make sure that the DC link voltage has dropped to a safe level.
2. Loosen the screw on the power cover then remove the power cover.

0.75–30 kW Models 37–90 kW Models

3. Remove the keypad from the inverter body.

0.75–30 kW Models 37–90 kW Models

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4. Loosen the screws securing the front cover. Then, remove the front cover by lifting it. The
main PCB is exposed.

0.75–30 kW Models 37–90 kW Models

5. Place the H100 extension I/O PCB module on the expansion slot and fasten it with the
screws included in the box.
6. Reattach the front cover, the power cover, and the keypad back onto the inverter body.

Ensure that the inverter is turned off and that the DC link voltage has dropped to a safe level
before opening the terminal cover and installing (or removing) the H100 extension IO
module.

 

Note

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Use the keypad to check the software version and the keypad installation options.
**Use the keypad at [CNF-10] to check if the inverter‟s S/W version is higher than 0.11.

5.3 Signal (Control) Cable Specifications

Terminal Wire Thickness 1)
mm2 AWG
P8~P9/CM/V3(I3) 0.33-1.25 16-22
AO3 0.33-2.0 14-22
A6/C6/A7/C7/A8/C8 0.33-2.0 14-22

1) Use STP (shielded twisted-pair) cables for signal wiring.
5.4 Installation Considerations
Refer to the following table for the operating conditions, and find an appropriate installation
location accordingly.

Items Description
Ambient Temperature* -10 –50 (40 and above, 2.5% / Current Derating
search. 50
75% of the rated current of the drive if possible)
Ambient Humidity 90% relative humidity (no condensation)
Storage Temperature - 4–149 F (-20–65 )
Environmental Factors An environment free from corrosive or flammable gases, oil
residue or dust
Altitude/Vibration Lower than 3,280 ft (1,000 m) above sea level/less than 1.0 G (9.8
m/sec
2)
Air Pressure 70 –106 kPa

 

Do not allow the ambient temperature to exceed the allowable range while
operating the inverter.

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5.5 LED Status and Switch Settings
5.5.1 LED Status
The H100 extension IO module has two LED indicators. Remove the front cover to check the
LED status.

Status LED 1 LED 2
LED Test Operation LED is on for one second when
power is on.
LED is on for one second when
power is on.
Normal Flashing Off
ONOFF every second -
Inverter Connection Error Off Off
Inverter Version Error Synchronous flashing1 Synchronous Flashing1
OnOff every second OnOff every second
H/W Interface Error
between Inverter and
Alternately Flashing2 Alternately Flashing2
OnOff every second OnOff every second

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Status LED 1 LED 2
Option Module

1. LED 1 and LED 2 flash simultaneously.
2. LED 1 and LED 2 flash alternately.
5.5.2 Switch Symbols and Descriptions

Switch Description Factory Default
SW1 NPN/PNP mode selection switch (Left: NPN, Right: PNP) Left: NPN
SW2 V3/I3 mode selection switch (Left: V3, Right: I3) Left: V3
SW3 VO3/IO3 mode selection switch (Left: VO3, Right: IO3) Left: VO3

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5.6 Terminal Block Wiring Diagram
Following illustration describes the wiring of the H100 extension IO module. Ensure the
inverter‟s specifications meet requirements to connect the H100 extension IO module. Refer
to the detailed description to complete installation. Refer to
5.3 Signal(Control) Cable
Specifications
on page 9 for detailed information.
5.7 Control Terminal Block Wiring Diagram
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5.7.1 NPN (Sink mode)
Select NPN using the PNP/NPN selection switch (SW1). Note that the factory default setting is
NPN mode. CM is the common ground terminal for all analog inputs at the terminal, and P24
is the 24 V internal power source.
5.7.2 PNP (Source Mode)
Select PNP using the PNP/NPN selection switch (SW1). Note that the factory default setting is
NPN mode. CM is the common ground terminal for all analog inputs at the terminal, and P24
P8
P9
A6
C6
A7
C7
A8
V3 C8
CM
I3
+-
AO3
Analog
voltage/current
output 3
Relay output 6
Relay output 7
Relay output 8
Multifunction
input
Analog
setting
NPN PNP
SW2
SW3
SW1
V3 I3
AO3 IO3
CM

NPN PNP
SW1
P8
CM
P12

Multi-function P9
input

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is the 24 V internal power source. If you are using an external 24 V power source, build a
circuit that connects the external source (-) and the CM terminal.

Power source for a PNP configuration: VHI=3.25 [V], VLO=1.75 [V]
Power source for an NPN configuration: Do not use LED switches with built-in resistors
with the extension IO

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6 Learning to Perform Basic Operations
6.1 Basic Features for H100 extension I/O

Basic Tasks Example
Frequency reference source
configuration for the terminal
block (input voltage)
Configures the inverter to allow input voltages at the terminal
block (V3) and setup or modify an operation frequency
reference.
Frequency reference source
configuration for the terminal
block (input current)
Configures the inverter to allow input currents at the terminal
block (I3) and to setup or modify an operation frequency
reference.
Multistep speed (frequency)
configuration
Configures multistep frequency operations by receiving an
input at the terminals defined for each step frequency.
Multistage Acc/Dec time
configuration using the
multifunction terminal
Configures multistage acceleration and deceleration times for a
motor based on defined parameters for the multifunction
terminals.
Acc/Dec stop command Stops the current acceleration or deceleration and controls
motor operation at a constant speed. Multifunction terminals
must be configured for this command.
Multifunction input terminal
control configuration
Enables the user to improve the responsiveness of the multi
function input terminals.

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6.2 Setting Frequency Reference

Group Code Name LCD Display Parameter
Setting
Setting Range Unit
DRV 07 Frequency
reference
source
Freq Ref Src 0 KeyPad-1 0-~11 -
1 KeyPad-2
2 V1
4 V2
5 I2
6 Int 485
8 Field Bus
9 Pulse
10 V3
11 I3

6.2.1 Setting a Frequency Reference using Input Voltage (V3)
You can set and modify a frequency reference using the input voltage at the V3 terminal after
selecting the voltage input at SW2. Use voltage inputs ranging from 0–10 V (unipolar) for
forward only operation.
Setting a Frequency Reference for 0–10 V Input
Set DRV-07 (Freq Ref Src) to “10 (V3)”. Use a voltage output from an external source or use
the voltage output from the VR terminal to provide inputs to V3. Refer to the diagram below
for the wiring required for each application.
[External source application]

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Group Code Name LCD Display Parameter
Setting
Setting Range Unit
DRV 07 Frequency reference
source
Freq Ref Src 10 V3 0-11 -
IN 01 Frequency at
maximum analog input
Freq at 100% Maximum frequency Initial frequency Max. Frequency – Hz
APO 01 V3 input monitor V3 Monitor[V] 0.00 0.00-12.00 V
02 V3 input filter time
constant
V3 Filter 10 0-10,000 msec
03 V3 minimum input
voltage
V3 volt x1 0.00 0.00-10.00 V
04 V3 output at minimum
voltage (%)
V3 Perc y1 0.00 0.00-100.00 %
05 V3 maximum input
voltage
V3 Volt x2 10.00 0.00-12.00 V
06 V3 output at maximum
voltage (%)
V3 Perc y2 100.00 0.00-100.00 %
07 Rotation direction
options
V3 Inverting 0 No 0-1 -
08 Quantizing level V3 Quantizing 0.04 0.00*, 0.04-10.00 %

* Quantizing is disabled if „0‟ is selected.
0–10 V Input Voltage Setting Details

Code Description
[IN-01]
Freq at 100%
This sets the frequency reference to the maximum input voltage when a
potentiometer is connected to the control terminal block. A frequency set with
code IN-01 becomes the maximum frequency only if the value set in code APO-
04 (or APO-06) is 100 (%).
Set code IN-01 to “40.00” and use default values for codes APO-01–APO-08.
The motor will run at 40.00 Hz when a 10 V input is provided at V3.
Set code APO-06 to “50.00” and use default values for codes IN-01, APO-01–
APO-08. The motor will run at 30.00 Hz (50% of the default maximum
frequency–60 Hz) when a 10 V input is provided at V3.

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Code Description
[APO-01]
V3 Monitor[V]
Configures the inverter to monitor the input voltage at V3.
[APO-02]
V3 Filter
V3 Filter is a low-pass filter and may be used when there are large variations
between reference frequencies. The filter passes only the clean input signal.
Variations can be mitigated by increasing the time constant, but this requires an
increased response time.
The t (time) value indicates the time required for the frequency to reach 63% of
the reference, when external input voltages are provided in multiple steps.
[APO-03]
V3 volt x1
~
[APO-06]
V3 Perc y2
These parameters are used to configure the gradient level and offset values of
the output frequency, based on the input voltage.
[APO-07]
V3 Inverting
This inverts the input value set at V3. Set this code to “1 (Yes)” if you need the
motor to run in the opposite direction from the current rotation.

 

Frequency reference
V3 input
Frequency reference
V3 input from
external source

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Code Description
[APO-08]
V3
Quantizing
Quantizing may be used when the noise level of the analog input (V3 terminal)
signal is high. The input signal‟s height (value) is quantized regularly to output a
frequency. Quantizing is useful if you are operating a noise-sensitive system,
because it suppresses any signal noise. However, quantizing will diminish system
sensitivity. (The resulting power of the output frequency will decrease based on
the analog input).
Parameter values for quantizing are a percentage based on the maximum input.
Therefore, if the value is set to 1% of the analog maximum input (60 Hz), the
output frequency will increase or decrease by 0.6 Hz per 0.1 V difference.
When the analog input is increased, an increase of the input equal to 75% of the
set value will change the output frequency, and then the frequency will increase
according to the set value. Likewise, when the analog input decreases, a decrease
of the input equal to 75% of the set value will make an initial change to the
output frequency.
The low-pass filter reduces noise, but decreases the responsiveness. Variations
(noise) can be mitigated by increasing the time constant, but this requires an
increased response time. When the input signal is delayed, pulsation (ripple) may
occur to the output frequency.

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6.2.2 Setting a Reference Frequency using Input Current (I3)
You can set and modify a frequency reference using the input current at the I3 terminal after
selecting current input at SW2. Set DRV-07 (Freq Ref Src) to “11 (I3)” and apply 4–20 mA input
current.

Group Code Name LCD Display Parameter
Setting
Setting Range Unit
DRV 07 Frequency reference
source
Freq Ref Src 11 I3 0~11 -
IN 01 Frequency at maximum
analog input
Freq at 100% Max Freq. St Freq. art Freq.-Max Hz
APO 10 I3 input monitor I3 Monitor 0.00 0.00-24.00 mA
11 I3 input filter time
constant
I3 Filter 10 0-10,000 mA
12 I3 minimum input current I3 Curr x1 4.00 0.00-20.00 mA
13 I3 output at minimum
current (%)
I3 Perc y1 0.00 0.00 – 100.00 %
14 I3 maximum input current I3 Curr x2 20.00 0.00-24.00 mA
15 I3 output at maximum
current (%)
I3 Perc y2 100.00 0.00-100.00 %
16 I3 rotation direction
options
I3 Inverting 0 No 0-1 -
17 I3 Quantizing level I3 Quantizing 0.04 0.00*, 0.04-
10.00
%

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Input Current (I3) Setting Details

Code Description
[IN-01]
Freq at 100%
Configures the frequency reference for operation at the maximum current (when
APO-14 is set to 100%).
If IN-01 is set to 40.00 and the default settings are used for APO-10–APO-16, a
20 mA input to the V3 terminal will produce a frequency reference of 40.00Hz.
If APO-15 is set to 50.00 and the default settings are used for IN-01, APO-10–
APO-16, a 20 mA input will produce a frequency reference of 30.00Hz.
[APO-10]
I3 Monitor
Used to monitor input current at I3.
[APO-11]
I3 Filter
Configures the time for the operation frequency to reach 63% of target
frequency based on the input current at I3.
[APO-12]
I3 Curr x1
~
[APO-15]
I3 Perc y2
Configures the gradient level and off-set value of the output frequency.

 

Frequency reference
I3 input

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6.3 Analog Output
An analog output terminal provides an output voltage of 0–10 V or 4–20 mA current.
6.3.1 Voltage and Current Analog Output
The output size can be adjusted by selecting an output setting at the AO3 (Analog Output 3)
terminal. Set the analog output terminal switch (SW3) to change the output type, voltage
(VO3), and current (IO3).

Group Code Name LCD Display Parameter
Setting
Setting Range Unit
APO 30 Analog output 3 AO3 Mode 0 Frequency 0-15 -
31 Analog output 3 gain AO3 Gain 100.0 -1000.0-
1000.0
%
32 Analog output 3 bias AO3 Bias 0.0 -100.0-100.0 %
33 Analog output 3 filter AO3 Filter 5 0-10000 ms
34 Analog constant output
3
AO3 Const % 0.0 0.0-100.0 %
35 Analog output 3 monitor AO3 Monitor 0.0 0.0-1000.0 %

Voltage and Current Analog Output Setting Details

Code Description
[APO-30]
AO3 Mode
Select a constant value for output. The following example for output voltage
setting.

Setting Function
0 Frequency Outputs an operation frequency as a standard. A 10 V output
is supplied based on the frequency set at DRV-20 (Max Freq).
1 Output
Current
A 10 V output is supplied based on 200% of the inverter‟s
rated current.
2 Output
Voltage
Sets the outputs based on the inverter output voltage. 10 V
output is made from a set voltage in BAS-15 (Rated Volt). If 0
V is set in BAS-15, 200 V/400 V models output 10 V based on
the actual input voltages (240 V and 480 V respectively).
3 DC Link Volt Outputs inverter DC link voltage as a standard.
Outputs 10 V when the DC link voltage is 410 V DC for 200 V
models, and 820 V DC for 400 V models.

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Code Description
4 Torque Outputs are based on the torque present. A 10 V output is
supplied based on 250% of the motor‟s rated torque.
5 Output
Power
Monitors output wattage. The maximum display voltage (10
V) is supplied based on 200% of the rated output voltage.
6 Idse Outputs maximum voltage at 200% of the no-load current.
7 Iqse Outputs maximum voltage at 250% of the rated torque.
8 Target Freq Outputs a set frequency as a standard. Outputs 10 V at the
maximum frequency (DRV-20).
9 Ramp Freq Outputs a frequency calculated using the Acc/Dec function
as a standard. May vary with actual output frequency.
Outputs 10 V.
12 PID Ref
Value
Outputs a PID controller‟s command value as a standard.
Outputs approximately 6.6 V at 100%.
13 PID Fdk
Value
Outputs a PID controller‟s feedback volume as a standard.
Outputs approximately 6.6 V at 100%.
14 PID Output Outputs a PID controller‟s output value as a standard.
Outputs approximately 10 V at 100%.
15 Constant Outputs APO-34 (AO3 Const %) value as a standard.
[APO-31]
AO3 Gain
[APO-32 ]
AO3 Bias
Adjusts output value and offset. If frequency is selected as an output item, it will
operate as shown below.
The graph below illustrates how the analog voltage output (AO3) changes
depending on APO-31 (AO3 Gain) and APO-32 (AO3 Bias) values. The Y-axis is
the analog output voltage (0–10 V), and the X-axis is a % value of the output
item.
For example, if the maximum frequency set at DRV-20 (Max Freq) is 60 Hz and
the present output frequency is 30 Hz, then the x-axis value on the next graph is
50%.

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Code Description
[APO-33]
AO3 Filter
Sets filter time constant on analog output.
[APO-34]
A03 Const %
If the analog output at APO-30 (AO3 Mode) is set to “12 (Constant)”, the analog
voltage output is based on the set parameter values (0–100%).
[APO-35]
AO3 Monitor
Monitors the analog output value. Displays the maximum output voltage as a
percentage (%) with 10 V as the standard.

6.4 Digital Output
6.4.1 Multifunction Output Terminal and Relay Settings

Group Code Name LCD Display Parameter
Setting
Setting Range Unit
OUT 30 Fault trip output mode Trip Out Mode 010 - bit
31 Multifunction relay 1 Relay 1 23 Trip - -
32 Multifunction relay 2 Relay 2 14 Run - -
33 Multifunction relay 3 Relay 3 0 None -
34 Multifunction relay 4 Relay 4 0 None -

 

100.0% (factory default)
0.0% (factory
default)
20.0%

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Group Code Name LCD Display Parameter
Setting
Setting Range Unit
35 Multifunction relay 5 Relay 5 0 None -
36 Multifunction output1 Q1 Define 0 None - -
37 Multifunction relay 6 Relay 6 0 None -
38 Multifunction relay 7 Relay 7 0 None -
39 Multifunction relay 8 Relay 8 0 None -
53 Fault trip output on delay TripOut On Dly 0.00 0.00-100.00 sec
54 Fault trip output off delay TripOut Off Dly 0.00 0.00-100.00 sec

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Multifunction Output Terminal and Relay Setting Details

Code Description
[OUT-31]
Relay 1
~
[OUT-39]
Relay 8
Set relay (Relay 1–8) output options.

Setting Function
0 None No output signal
1 FDT-1 Detects the inverter output frequency reaching the user
set frequency. Outputs a signal when the absolute value
(set frequency–output frequency) is less than the detected
frequency width, divided by 2.
When the detected frequency width is 10 Hz, FDT-1
output is as shown in the graph below.
2 FDT-2 Outputs a signal when the user-set frequency and
detected frequency (FDT Frequency) are equal and fulfills
FDT-1 conditions at the same time.
Absolute value (set frequency-detected frequency) is less
than the detected frequency width, divided by 2 and FDT-
1.
The detected frequency width is 10 Hz. When the
detected frequency is set to 30 Hz, FDT-2 output is as
shown in the graph below.
3 FDT-3 Outputs a signal when the Absolute value (output
frequency–operation frequency) is less than the detected
frequency width, divided by 2.
Detected frequency width is 10 Hz. When the detected
frequency is set to 30 Hz, FDT-3 output is as shown in the
graph below.

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Code Description
4 FDT-4 The output signal can be separately set for acceleration
and deceleration conditions.
In acceleration: Operation frequency Detected
frequency
In deceleration: Operation frequency > (Detected
frequency–Detected frequency width/2)
The detected frequency width is 10 Hz. When the
detected frequency is set to 30 Hz, FDT-4 output is as
shown in the graph below.
5 Over Load Outputs a signal at motor overload.
6 IOL Outputs a signal when the inverter input current exceeds
the rated current and a protective function is activated to
prevent damage to the inverter, based on inverse
proportional characteristics.
7 Under Load Outputs a signal when a load fault warning occurs.
8 Fan Warning Outputs a signal when a fan fault warning occurs.
9 Stall Outputs a signal when a motor overloads and stalls.
10 Over Voltage Outputs a signal when the inverter DC link voltage rises
above the protective operation voltage.
11 Low Voltage Outputs a signal when the inverter DC link voltage drops
below the low voltage protective level.
12 Over Heat Outputs signal when the inverter overheats.
13 Lost Command Outputs a signal when there is a loss of analog input
terminal and RS-485 communication command at the
terminal block.

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Code Description
Outputs a signal when communication power is present
and an I/O expansion card is installed. It also outputs a
signal when losing analog input and communication
power commands.
14 Run Outputs a signal when an operation command is entered
and the inverter outputs voltage.
No signal output during DC braking.
15 Stop Outputs a signal at operation command off, and when
there is no inverter output voltage.
16 Steady Outputs a signal in steady operation.
17 Inverter Line Outputs a signal while the motor is driven by the inverter
line.
18 Comm Line Outputs a signal when multifunction input terminal
(switching) is used. Refer to 5.31 Supply Power Transition
in the H100 inverter manual for details.
19 Speed Search Outputs a signal during an inverter speed search
operation.
Refer to 5.27 Speed Search Operation in the H100 inverter
manual for details.
20 Ready Outputs a signal when the inverter is in standby mode
and is ready to receive external operation commands.
21 MMC Used as a multimotor control function. By configuring the
relay output and the multifunction output to MMC and
configuring AP1-40–AP1-92, it can conduct the necessary
operations for the multimotor control function.
22 Timer Out A timer function to operate terminal output after a certain
time by using the multifunction terminal block input.
Refer to 5.43 Timer Settings in the H100 inverter manual
for details.
23 Trip Outputs a signal after a fault trip.
Refer to 5.45 Multi-function Output On/Off Control in the
H100 inverter manual for details.

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Code Description
24 Lost Keypad Outputs a signal when a fault trip occurs.
25 DB Warn %ED Refer to 6.2.5 Dynamic Braking (DB) Resistor
Configuration in the H100 inverter manual for details.
26 On/Off Control Outputs a signal using an analog input value as a
standard.
Refer to 5.45 Multi-function Output On/Off Control in the
H100 inverter manual for details.
27 Fire Mode Outputs a signal when Fire mode is operating.
28 Pipe Break Outputs a signal when a pipe is broken.
29 Damper Err Outputs a signal when a damper open signal is not
entered. Refer to 5.10 Damper Operation in the H100
inverter manual for details.
30 Lubrication Outputs a signal when a lubrication function is operating.
31 Pump Clean Outputs a signal when a pump cleaning function is
operating.
32 Level Detect Outputs a signal when an LDT trip occurs.
33 Damper Control Outputs a signal when a damper open signal is set at IN-
65–71 multifunction terminals and the run command is
on.
34 CAP.Warning Outputs a signal when value of PRT-85 is lower than the
value of PRT-86 (CAP life cycle examination do not
operate properly).
35 Fan Exchange Outputs a signal when a fan needs to be replaced.
36 AUTO State Outputs a signal in AUTO mode.
37 HAND State Outputs a signal in HAND mode.
38 TO Outputs a signal at pulse output.
39 Except Date Outputs a signal when operating the exception day
schedule.
40 KEB Operating Outputs a signal at KEB operation.
[OUT-36]
Q1 Define
Selects an output item for the multifunction output terminal (Q1) of the terminal
block. Q1 stands for the open collector TR output.
[OUT-41]
DO Status
Used to check On/Off state of the D0 by each bit.

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The FDT-1 and FDT-2 functions are related to the inverter‟s frequency settings. If the inverter
enters standby mode due to pressing the Off key during auto mode operation, the FDT-1 and
FDT-2 function operation may be different because the set frequency of the inverter is
different compared to the set frequency of the auto mode.
If monitoring signals such as “Under load” or ”LDT” are configured at multifunction output
terminals, signal outputs are maintained unless certain conditions defined for signal cutoff are
met.

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6.4.2 Fault Trip Output using Multifunction Output Terminal and
Relay
The inverter can output a fault trip state using the multifunction output terminal (Q1) and
relay (Relay1).

Group Code Name LCD Display Parameter
Setting
Setting
Range
Unit
OUT 30 Fault trip output mode Trip Out Mode 010 - bit
31 Multifunction relay 1 Relay 1 23 Trip - -
32 Multifunction relay 2 Relay 2 14 Run - -
33 Multifunction relay 3 Relay 3 0 None -
34 Multifunction relay 4 Relay 4 0 None -
35 Multifunction relay 5 Relay 5 0 None -
36 Multifunction output1 Q1 Define 0 None - -
37 Multifunction relay 6 Relay 6 0 None -
38 Multifunction relay 7 Relay 7 0 None -
39 Multifunction relay 8 Relay 8 0 None -
53 Fault trip output on
delay
TripOut On Dly 0.00 0.00-100.00 sec
54 Fault trip output off
delay
TripOut Off Dly 0.00 0.00-100.00 sec

Fault Trip Output by Multifunction Output Terminal and Relay - Setting Details

Code Description

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Code Description
[OUT-30] Trip Out
Mode
The fault trip relay operates based on the fault trip output settings.

Item bit on bit off
Keypad display

Select a fault trip output terminal/relay and select “29 (Trip Mode)” at
codes OUT- 31–33. When a fault trip occurs in the inverter, the relevant
terminal and relay will operate. Depending on the fault trip type,
terminal and relay operation can be configured as shown in the table
below.

Setting Function
bit3 bit2 bit1
Operates when low voltage fault trips occur
Operates when fault trips other than low
voltage occur
Operates when auto restart fails (PRT-08–09)
[OUT-31]Relay 1
~[OUT-39] Relay 8
Set relay output (Relay 1–8).
[OUT-36] Q1 Define Select output for multifunction output terminal (Q1). Q1 is open
collector TR output.

6.4.3 Multifunction Output Terminal Delay Time Settings
Set on-delay and off-delay times separately to control the output terminal and relay
operation times. The delay time set at codes OUT-50–51 applies to multifunction output
terminal (Q1) and relay, except when the multifunction output function is in fault trip mode.

Group Code Name LCD Display Parameter
Setting
Setting
Range
Unit
OUT 50 Multifunction output On
delay
DO On Delay 0.00 0.00- 100.00 sec
51 Multifunction output Off
delay
DO Off Delay 0.00 0.00- 100.00 sec
52 Select multifunction output
terminal
DO NC/NO
Sel
0 0000
0000*
0 0000
0000~
1 1111 1111
bit

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Output Terminal Delay Time Setting Details

Code Description
[OUT-50]DO
On Delay
When a relay operation signal (operation set in OUT 31–35, 36, 37-39) occurs, the
relay turns on or the multifunction output operates after the time delay set at
OUT-50.
[OUT-51]DO
Off Delay
When relay or multifunction output is initialized (off signal occurs), the relay turns
off or multifunction output turns off after the time delay set at OUT-54.
[OUT-52]DO
NC/NO Sel
Select the terminal type for the relay and multifunction output terminal. By
setting the relevant bit to “0”, it will operate the Form A contact terminal
(Normally Open). Setting it to “1” will operate the Form B contact terminal
(Normally Closed). Shown below in the table are Relay 1–5, Q1 and Relay 6-8
settings starting from the right bit.

Item B terminal (Normal close) A terminal (Normal open)
Keypad
display

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6.5 Setting Multistep Frequency
Multistep operations can be carried out by assigning different speeds (or frequencies) to the
Px terminals. Step 0 uses the frequency reference source set at IN-72 (P8 Define) and IN-73
(P9 Define). Px terminal parameter values “7 (Speed-L)”, “8 (Speed-M)” and “9 (Speed-H)” are
recognized as binary commands and work in combination with Fx or Rx run commands. The
inverter operates according to the frequencies set at BAS-50–56 (multistep frequency 1–7)
and the binary command combinations.

Group Code Name LCD Display Parameter
Setting
Setting
Range
Unit
BAS 50~56 Multistep
frequency 1–7
Step Freq-1~7 - Start Freq
Max Freq
Hz
IN 65~73 Px terminal
configuration
Px Define
(Px: P1~P9)
7 Speed-L 0-52 -
8 Speed-M -
9 Speed-H -
89 Multistep
command delay
time
InCheck Time 1 1-5000 ms

Multistep Frequency Setting Details

Code Description
[BAS-50~56]
Step Freq-1-7
Configure multistep frequency 1–7.
[IN-65~73]
Px Define
Choose the terminals to setup as multistep inputs, and then set the relevant
codes (IN-65–73) to “7 (Speed-L)”, “8 (Speed-M)”, or “9 (Speed-H)”.
Provided that terminals P5, P6, and P7 have been respectively set to Speed-L,
Speed-M and Speed-H, the following multistep operation will be available.
[An example of a multistep operation]

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Code Description
Speed Fx/Rx P7 P6 P5
0 - - -
1 - -
2 - -
3 -
4 - -
5 -
6 -
7
[IN-89]
InCheck Time
Set a time interval for the inverter to check for additional terminal block inputs
after receiving an input signal.
After adjusting IN-89 to 100 ms and an input signal is received at P6, the inverter
will search for inputs at other terminals for 100 ms, before proceeding to
acceleration or deceleration based on the configuration at P6.

6.6 Multistep Acc/Dec Time Configuration
Acc/Dec times can be configured via a multifunction terminal by setting the ACC (acceleration
time) and DEC (deceleration time) codes in the DRV group.

Group Code Name LCD Display Parameter Setting Setting
Range
Unit
DRV 03 Acceleration time Acc Time 20.0 0.0-600.0 sec
04 Deceleration time Dec Time 30.0 0.0-600.0 sec
BAS 70-83 Multistep
acceleration/Deceler
ation time1–7
Acc Time 1-7 x.xx 0.0-600.0 sec
Dec Time 1-7 x.xx 0.0-600.0 sec
IN 65-73 Px terminal
configuration
Px Define
(Px: P1-P9)
11 XCEL-L 0-52 -
12 XCEL-M
13 XCEL-H
89 Multistep command
delay time
In Check Time 1 1-5000 ms

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Acc/Dec Time Setup via Multifunction Terminals – Setting

Code Description
[BAS-70-82]
Acc Time 1-7
Set multistep acceleration time1–7.
[BAS-71-83]
Dec Time 1-7
Set multistep deceleration time1–7.
[IN-65~73]
Px Define (P1~P9)
Choose and configure the terminals to use for multistep Acc/Dec time
inputs

Configuration Description
11 XCEL-L Acc/Dec command-L
12 XCEL-M Acc/Dec command-M
13 XCEL-H Acc/Dec command-H

Acc/Dec commands are recognized as binary code inputs and will control
the acceleration and deceleration based on parameter values set with BAS-
70–82 and BAS-71–83.
For example, if the P6 and P7 terminals are set as XCEL-L and XCEL-M
respectively, the following operation will be available.

Acc/Dec time P7 P6
0 - -
1 -
2 -
3

[Multifunction terminal P6, P7 configuration]

[IN-89]
In Check Time
Sets the time for the inverter to check for other terminal block inputs. If IN-
89 is set to 100 ms and a signal is supplied to the P6 terminal, the inverter
searches for other inputs over the next 100 ms. When the time expires, the
Acc/Dec time will be set based on the input received at P6.

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6.7 Stopping the Acc/Dec Operation
Configure the multifunction input terminals to stop acceleration or deceleration and operate
the inverter at a fixed frequency.

Group Code Name LCD Display Parameter Setting Setting Range Unit
IN 65-73 Px terminal
configuratio
n
Px Define(Px: P1-P9) 14 XCEL Stop 0-55 -

6.8 Multifunction Input Terminal Control
Filter time constants and the type of multifunction input terminals can be configured to
improve the response of input terminals.

Group Code Name LCD Display Parameter Setting Setting Range Unit
IN 85 Multifunction input
terminal On filter
DI On Delay 10 0-10,000 msec
86 Multifunction input
terminal Off filter
DI Off Delay 3 0-10,000 msec
87 Multifunction input
terminal selection
DI NC/NO Sel 0 0000 0000* 0 0000
0000~1 1111
1111
-
90 Multifunction input
terminal status
DI Status 0 0000 0000* 0 0000
0000~1 1111
1111
-

* From the last bit to the first, the bits are for multipurpose input 1–9 (the last bit is for input 1,
and the
first bit for input 7).

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Multifunction Input Terminal Control Setting Details

Code Description
[IN-85]
DI On Delay
[IN-86]
DI Off Delay
When the terminal receives an input, it is recognized as On or Off if the input
terminal‟s status is not changed during the set time.
[IN-87]
DI NC/NO Sel
Select terminal contact types for each input terminal. The position of the
indicator light corresponds to the segment that is on, as shown in the table
below. With the bottom segment on, it indicates that the terminal is configured
as a Form A contact terminal (Normally Open) contact. With the top segment on,
it indicates that the terminal is configured as a Form B contact terminal
(Normally Closed) contact. Terminals are numbered P1–P9, from right to left.

Type Form B contact terminal status
(Normally Closed)
Form A contact terminal status
(Normally Open)
Keypad
[IN-90]
DI Status
Display the configuration of each contact. When a segment is configured as a
Form A contact terminal, using DRV-87, the On condition is indicated by the top
segment turning on. The Off condition is indicated when the bottom segment is
turned on. When contacts are configured as Form B contact terminals, the
segment lights behave conversely. Terminals are numbered P1–P9, from right to
left

Type Form A contact terminal
setting (On)
Form A contact terminal
setting (Off)
Keypad

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7 Keypad Parameters for the Extension I/O Module
Keypad Parameters for the extension I/O module can only be used when using the extension
I/O module.

Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
CNF-30 Option-1
Type
- Displays “Ext IO 1” when the H100
extension IO module is connected.
CNF-40 Parameter Init 0 Δ 0 No
1 All Grp
2 DRV Grp
3 BAS Grp
4 ADV Grp
5 CON Grp
6 IN Grp
7 OUT Grp
8 COM Grp
9 PID Grp
10 EPI Grp
11 AP1 Grp
12 AP2 Grp
13 AP3 Grp
14 PRT Grp
15 M2 Grp
16 APO Grp
COM-06 FBus S/W Ver - Displays the version when the H100
extension IO module is connected.
DRV-07 0h1107 Freq Ref Src 0 Δ 0 Keypad-01
1 Keypad-02
2 V1
3 Reserved
4 V2

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
5 I2
6 Int 485
7 FieldBus
8 Reserved
9 Pulse
10 V3
11 I3
BAS-01 0h1201 Aux Ref Src 0 Δ 0 None
1 V1
2 Reserved
3 V2
4 I2
5 Reserved
6 Pulse
7 Int 485
8 FieldBus
9 Reserved
10 EPID1 Output
11 EPID1 Fdb Val
12 V3
13 I3
BAS-05 0h1205 Freq 2nd Src 0 O 0 Keypad-01
1 Keypad-02
2 V1
3 Reserved
4 V2
5 I2
6 Int 485
7 FieldBus

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
8 Reserved
9 Pulse
10 V3
11 I3
ADV-66 0h1342 OnOff Ctrl Src 0 O 0 None
1 V1
2 Reserved
3 V2
4 I2
5 Reserved
6 Pulse
7 V3
8 I3
IN-72 0h1548 P8 Define 0 Δ 0 None
1 Fx
2 Rx
3 RST
4 External Trip
5 Bx
6 JOG
7 Speed-L
8 Speed-M
9 Speed-H
10 Reserved
11 XCEL-L
12 XCEL-M
13 XCEL-H
14 XCEL-STOP
15 RUN Enable

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
16 3-Wire
17 2nd Source
18 Exchange
19 Up
20 Down
21 Reserved
22 U/D Clear
23 Analog Hold
24 I-Term Clear
25 PID Openloop
26 PID Gain 2
27 PID Ref Change
28 2nd Motor
29 Interlock 1
30 Interlock 2
31 Interlock 3
32 Interlock 4
33 Interlock 5
34 Pre Excite
35 Timer In
36 Reserved
37 dis Aux Ref
38 FDW Jog
39 REV JOG
40 Fire Mode
14 EPID1 Run
42 EPID1 ITermClr
43 Time Event En
44 Pre Heat

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
45 Damper Open
46 Pump Clean
47 EPID2 Run
48 EPID2 ITermClr
49 Sleep Wake Chg
50 PID Step Ref L
51 PID Step Ref M
52 PID Step Ref H
53 Interlock 6
54 Interlock 7
55 Interlock 8
IN-73 0h1549 P9 Define 0 Δ 0 None
1 Fx
2 Rx
3 RST
4 External Trip
5 Bx
6 JOG
7 Speed-L
8 Speed-M
9 Speed-H
10 Reserved
11 XCEL-L
12 XCEL-M
13 XCEL-H
14 XCEL-STOP
15 RUN Enable
16 3-Wire
17 2nd Source

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
18 Exchange
19 Up
20 Down
21 Reserved
22 U/D Clear
23 Analog Hold
24 I-Term Clear
25 PID Openloop
26 PID Gain 2
27 PID Ref Change
28 2nd Motor
29 Interlock 1
30 Interlock 2
31 Interlock 3
32 Interlock 4
33 Interlock 5
34 Pre Excite
35 Timer In
36 Reserved
37 dis Aux Ref
38 FDW Jog
39 REV JOG
40 Fire Mode
14 EPID1 Run
42 EPID1 ITermClr
43 Time Event En
44 Pre Heat
45 Damper Open
46 Pump Clean

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
47 EPID2 Run
48 EPID2 ITermClr
49 Sleep Wake Chg
50 PID Step Ref L
51 PID Step Ref M
52 PID Step Ref H
53 Interlock 6
54 Interlock 7
55 Interlock 8
OUT-37 0h1625 Relay6 0 O 0 None
1 FDT-1
2 FDT-2
3 FDT-3
4 FDT-4
5 Over Load
6 IOL
7 Under Load
8 Fan Warning
9 Stall
10 Over Voltage
11 Low Voltage
12 Over Heat
13 Lost Command
14 Run
15 Stop
16 Steady
17 Inverter Line
18 Comm Line
19 Speed Search
20 Ready

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
21 MMC
22 Timer Out
23 Trip
24 Lost Keypad
25 DB Warn %ED
26 On/Off Control
27 Fire Mode
28 Pipe Broken
29 Damper Err
30 Lubrication
31 Pump Clean
32 Level Detect
33 Damper Control
34 CAP. Warning
35 Fan Exchange
36 AUTO State
37 HAND State
38 TO
39 Except Date
40 KEB Operating
41 Broken Belt
OUT-38 0h1626 Relay7 0 O 0 None
1 FDT-1
2 FDT-2
3 FDT-3
4 FDT-4
5 Over Load
6 IOL
7 Under Load

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
8 Fan Warning
9 Stall
10 Over Voltage
11 Low Voltage
12 Over Heat
13 Lost Command
14 Run
15 Stop
16 Steady
17 Inverter Line
18 Comm Line
19 Speed Search
20 Ready
21 MMC
22 Timer Out
23 Trip
24 Lost Keypad
25 DB Warn %ED
26 On/Off Control
27 Fire Mode
28 Pipe Broken
29 Damper Err
30 Lubrication
31 Pump Clean
32 Level Detect
33 Damper Control
34 CAP. Warning
35 Fan Exchange
36 AUTO State

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
37 HAND State
38 TO
39 Except Date
40 KEB Operating
41 Broken Belt
OUT-39 0h1627 Relay8 0 O 0 None
1 FDT-1
2 FDT-2
3 FDT-3
4 FDT-4
5 Over Load
6 IOL
7 Under Load
8 Fan Warning
9 Stall
10 Over Voltage
11 Low Voltage
12 Over Heat
13 Lost Command
14 Run
15 Stop
16 Steady
17 Inverter Line
18 Comm Line
19 Speed Search
20 Ready
21 MMC
22 Timer Out
23 Trip

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
24 Lost Keypad
25 DB Warn %ED
26 On/Off Control
27 Fire Mode
28 Pipe Broken
29 Damper Err
30 Lubrication
31 Pump Clean
32 Level Detect
33 Damper Control
34 CAP. Warning
35 Fan Exchange
36 AUTO State
37 HAND State
38 TO
39 Except Date
40 KEB Operating
41 Broken Belt
PID-10 0h180A PID Ref 1 Src 0 Δ 0 Keypad
1 V1
2 Reserved
3 V2
4 I2
5 Int 485
6 FieldBus
7 Reserved
8 Pulse
9 EPID1 Output
10 V3

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
11 I3
PID-12 0h180C PID
Ref1AuxSrc
0 Δ 0 None
1 V1
2 Reserved
3 V2
4 I2
5 Reserved
6 Pulse
7 Int 485
8 FieldBus
9 Reserved
10 EPID1 Output
11 EPID1 Fdb Val
12 V3
13 I3
PID-15 0h180F PID
Ref2AuxSrc
0 Δ 0 Keypad
1 V1
2 Reserved
3 V2
4 I2
5 Int 485
6 FieldBus
7 Reserved
8 Pulse
9 EPID1 Output
10 V3
11 I3
PID-17 0h1811 PID
Ref2AuxSrc
0 Δ 0 None
1 V1
2 Reserved

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
3 V2
4 I2
5 Reserved
6 Pulse
7 Int 485
8 FieldBus
9 Reserved
10 EPID1 Output
11 EPID1 Fdb Val
12 V3
13 I3
PID-20 0h1814 PID Fdb
Source
0 Δ 0 V1
1 Reserved
2 V2
3 I2
4 Int 485
5 FieldBus
6 Reserved
7 Pulse
8 EPID1 Output
9 EPID1 Fdb Val
10 V3
11 I3
PID-21 0h1815 PID Fdb
AuxSrc
0 Δ 0 None
1 V1
2 Reserved
3 V2
4 I2
5 Reserved

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
6 Pulse
7 Int 485
8 FieldBus
9 Reserved
10 EPID1 Output
11 EPID1 Fdb Val
12 V3
13 I3
EPI-06 0h1906 EPID1 Ref Src 0 Δ 0 Keypad
1 V1
2 Reserved
3 V2
4 I2
5 Int 485
6 FieldBus
7 Reserved
8 Pulse
9 V3
10 I3
EPI-08 0h1908 EPID1 Fdb Src 0 O 0 V1
1 Reserved
2 V2
3 I2
4 Int 485
5 FieldBus
6 Reserved
7 Pulse
8 V3
9 I3

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
EPI-36 0h1924 EPID2 Ref Src 0 Δ 0 Keypad
1 V1
2 Reserved
3 V2
4 I2
5 Int 485
6 FieldBus
7 Reserved
8 Pulse
9 V3
10 I3
EPI-38 0h1926 EPID2 Fdb Src 0 O 0 V1
1 Reserved
2 V2
3 I2
4 Int 485
5 FieldBus
6 Reserved
7 Pulse
8 V3
9 I3
APO-00 Jump Code 30 O -
APO-01 V3 Monitor - X -
APO-02 V3 Filter 10 O 0~10000 msec
APO-03 V3 Volt x1 0.00 O 0.00~10.00 V
APO-04 V3 Perc Y1 0.00 O 0.00~100.00 %
APO-05 V3 Volt x2 10.00 O 0.00~12.00 V
APO-06 V3 Perc Y2 100.00 O 0.00~100.00 %
APO-07 V3 Inverting 0 O 0 No

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
1 Yes
APO-08 V3 Quantizing 0.04 O 0.04~10.00 %
APO-10 I3 Monitor - O -
APO-11 I3 Filter 10 O 0~10000 msec
APO-12 I3 Curr x1 4.00 O 0.00~20.00 mA
APO-13 I3 Perc Y1 0.00 O 0.00~100.00 %
APO-14 I3 Curr x2 20.00 O 0.00~24.00 mA
APO-15 I3 Perc Y2 100.00 O 0.00~100.00 %
APO-16 I3 Inverting 0 O 0 No
1 Yes
APO-17 I3 Quantizing 0.04 O 0.04~10.00 %
APO-30 AO3 Mode 0 O 0 Frequency
1 Output Current
2 Output Voltage
3 DC Link Voltage
4 Output Power
5 Reserved
6 Reserved
7 Target Freq
8 Ramp Freq
9 PID Ref Value
10 PID Fdb Value
11 PID Output
12 Constant
13 EPID1 Output
14 EPID1 Ref Val
15 EPID1 Fdb Val
16 EPID2 Output
17 EPID2 Ref Val
18 EPID2 Fdb Val

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Code Comm.
Address
LCD Display Initial Value Property* Setting Rang
19 PID Out Freq
APO-31 AO3 Gain 100.0 O -1000.0~1000.0 %
APO-32 AO3 Bias 0.0 O -100.0~100.0 %
APO-33 AO3 Filter 5 O 0~10000 msec
APO-34 AO3 Const % 0.0 O 0.0~100.0 %
APO-35 AO3 Monitor 0.0 X -

* O/X: Write-enabled during operation
** Groups created for the H100 extension I/O may be used when the extension I/O is installed and
when displayed as read-only, based on settings or switch options.
** Reset the related parameters after uninstalling the H100 extension I/O module. The parameter
settings for the H100 extension I/O module are not automatically initialized when the module is
removed.

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8 Product Warranty
Warranty Information
Fill in this warranty information form and keep this page for future reference or when
warranty service may be required.

Product Name H100 Extension I/O Date of Installation
Model Name H100 Ext I/O Warranty Period
Customer Info Name (or company)
Address
Contact Info.
Retailer Info Name
Address
Contact info.

Warranty Period
The product warranty covers product malfunctions, under normal operating conditions, for 12
months from the date of installation. If the date of installation is unknown, the product
warranty is valid for 18 months from the date of manufacture. Please note that the product
warranty terms may vary depending on purchase or installation contracts.
Warranty Service Information
During the product warranty period, warranty service (free of charge) is provided for product
malfunctions caused under normal operating conditions. For warranty service, contact an
official LSIS agent or service center.

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Non-Warranty Service
A service fee will be incurred for malfunctions resulting in the following cases:
intentional abuse or negligence
power supply problems or from other appliances being connected to the product
acts of nature (fire, flood, earthquake, gas accidents, etc.)
modifications or repair by unauthorized persons
missing authentic LSIS rating plates
expired warranty period
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